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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Christmas late night shopping

Christmas late night shopping

Santa has kindly agreed to interrupt his busy schedule and will be abseiling from At The Chapel, to the delight of us all, and will then greet the little and not so little ones in his Grotto at the Sun Inn. With our array of boutique shops, restaurants and market stalls there should be something for everyone, and the evening will be an ideal opportunity to purchase Christmas gifts and meet friends and family.

This year’s event will be on Wednesday 6 December from 6pm until 9pm, with the High Street road closure being from 5pm.

Parking will be available throughout the town at the two car parks on Higher Backway or at Station Road. We look forward to seeing you all there. Rebecca Roberts

Help our river with the BrueCREW

Help our river with the BrueCREW

Come to a public meeting to hear about BrueCREW’s projects for 2017/2018: 7.30-9.30pm, Wednesday 29 November in the Clubroom, At The Chapel, Bruton and bring your skills, knowledge and energy. BrueCREW is a new charitable incorporated organisation set up to restore the natural balance of Bruton’s stretch of the river Brue as a haven for… Continue Reading

MUGA opens for sporting business

MUGA opens for sporting business

The Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) on Jubilee Park has been officially opened by Bruton’s Mayor Steve Hall. The floodlit arena can be used for many sports including netball and football. It’s construction was funded by by a combination of grants, local fundraising, money from housing developments and Bruton Town Council.     The MUGA is the… Continue Reading

New footpath along river opens

New footpath along river opens

The new footpath from Darkey Lane toward the dam and Brewham has opened. The old path, which ran along the north side of the River Brue, had long been closed off because of a collapsed crossing many years ago. Walkers had switched to an unofficial route on the south bank, but that was never an… Continue Reading

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